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The E.Y. Berry Library and Learning Center at Black Hills State University made a significant impact on the environment through a book donation this spring, which resulted in nearly 4,500 gallons of water and more than 2,000 kilowatts of electricity saved.  

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Black Hills State University recently earned a national recognition with the 2014 Association of Physical Plant Administrators (APPA) Sustainability Award present by the APPA Professional Affairs Committee.

The APPA Sustainability Award recognizes and advances sustainability excellence in educational facilities. 

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Three Black Hills State University students presented summer research projects at the South Dakota Undergraduate Research Symposium in Pierre last month.

More than 100 undergraduate students from universities across the nation presented at the symposium, which was sponsored by the South Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) and National Science Foundation.

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The Black Hills State University Veterans Center received a facelift and is planning a re-opening in September.

The on-campus student veteran facility, located in The Student Union, was recently remodeled thanks to a $75,000 Veteran Services Higher Education Grant from the South Dakota Governor’s Office.

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Heidi Kegler checked one more thing off her bucket list. She rode a motorcycle.

Kegler was a passenger during the 2014 Jacket Ride Tuesday. The annual Jacket Ride takes motorcycle riders through the scenic Northern Black Hills during the famed Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

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Courtney Dahlgren, a recent graduate of Timber Lake High School, is this year’s recipient of the Joe and Elaine Floyd Scholarships, a four-year scholarship of $48,000. Dahlgren will attend Black Hills State University in the fall and plans to major in elementary education with a minor in coaching.


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The Leland D. Case Library at Black Hills State University will host a celebration of thunveiling of Watson Parker’s Ghost Town Notebooks Collection Tuesday, Aug. 12 at 2 p.m. in the Case Library. 

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The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity at Black Hills State University, in partnership with several Yankton-area businesses, will host the first annual “Women’s Business Conference” in Yankton Friday, Sept. 12.

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The deadline for registration in the Black Hills State University Summer Bridge Program is quickly approaching.

Incoming freshmen that wish to register for the Bridge Program must do so by Friday, Aug. 1. 

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Dr. Barbara Looney, Black Hills State University assistant professor of management, recently presented a paper on using social media in the classroom at the 21st International Conference on Learning in New York City.

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Black Hills State University will sponsor the 2nd Annual Jacket Ride as part of the Sturgis Rally events. The ride will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 5 at 10 a.m. with registration starting at 8:30 a.m.  

 

 

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If Black Hills State University students, alumni, or community members want to keep up with BHSU President Tom Jackson, Jr., they may want to check his Twitter updates.

Jackson, who assumed the presidency at BHSU this month, was named the top “Rising Accounts of Higher Education Presidents to Follow on Twitter” in a national blog by Josie Ahlquist (www.josieahlquist.com).

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Spearfish was named one of the Top 10 Small Towns by Livability.com this week.

Spearfish ranked number seven on the list, with Black Hills State University listed as a key component to the community’s high quality of life. Livability looks for small communities that inspire creativity and activity.

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As part of the initiative to lower carbon emissions by the campus, Black Hills State University recently hosted an EcoExplorers Day Camp which focused on teaching children the importance of sustainability while creating an environment that was fun and friendly.

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A group of panelists, including two Black Hills State University professors, will engage in a discussion on the connection of art and science, a theme that has also been the subject of a statewide traveling art exhibit. The discussion is Wednesday, July 30 at 5:30 p.m. at the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City and will be held in conjunction with the exhibit’s month-long stop at the Dahl.

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